From sports stars to politicians, many famous figures are buried in and around New York City. Here is a list of 10 you can visit.
Nikola Tesla's 162nd birthday celebration marks a turning point in the restoration of Wardenclyffe, Tesla's former lab designed by Stanford White.
Castle Clinton has continuously piqued our interest. Here, we delve into 10 of its most interesting secrets and fun facts, covering its two century lifespan.
New York City has unsurprisingly gone down in history as the birthplace of some noteworthy (and quirky) innovations that are now recognized around the world.
New York City is a hub of community and collaboration for people around the world. It's no surprise that many famous figures formed formidable friendships here.
In an empty lot on Houston Street sits an exhibit called "The Mulberry Street Gang," honoring the bravery of individuals who always searched for truth and justice.
An exclusive clip from the documentary "Tesla" that chronicles the inventor's celebrity days in Gilded Age NYC when he lived in luxury hotels and dined with high society.
The New Yorker Hotel at 34th Street and 8th Avenue is one of those storied Manhattan icons – so much history and so many secrets, it's hard to whittle them down.
July 10th 2016 marked the 160th birthday of inventor, engineer and physicist, Nikola Tesla. Here is a list of the top ten places to find Tesla in New York City.
We have been digging into the fate of a Nikola Tesla statue that sits in front of the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sava, that burned this past Sunday.